I love to differentiate my math time. My students are more engaged and feel more confident when math is at their level. So challenges can be reached! Here is an overview of how I teach my 2-3rd … [Read more...]

## How I write answer keys for my math centers

When I was a math student, I loved when my textbooks had answers in the back. If I got a question wrong, I challenged myself to figure out what I did wrong, and more often that experience made for … [Read more...]

## A Way to Organize Worksheets for Each Student

I like my students to progress and learn at their own level, which works as I teach a 2-3 math class and a 4-5 math class. But even if they weren't combined, most classes have a wide range of … [Read more...]

## Keeping Track of Assignments

I added this information board to the front of my 4-5th grade class. It's a sheet of galvanized metal, so that I can use magnets. But the best part of it is the assignment section. Here is a close … [Read more...]

## Magic Math Fun using Money (1-3 grade)

Money is a fun and accessible way to teach a lot of math skills. Here are some quick ideas: 1 - Counting dimes and nickels is a simple way to teach adding and subtracting tens and fives. For … [Read more...]